US signals it could change pro-democracy programs in Cuba


WASHINGTON: A top US official said on Tuesday that Washington could change pro-democracy programs in Cuba that Havana objects to, possibly removing one of the biggest impediments to restoring diplomatic ties. The senior State Department official, speaking to reporters before talks with Cuban representatives on Thursday, also said the sides had narrowed differences over reopening embassies…

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Gaza 'desperate and angry' over devastation

The United Nations Middle East envoy has warned that the people of the Gaza Strip are desperate and angry about their plight, and that it is up to Israel and Palestinian authorities to prevent an implosion of the Mediterranean enclave. In a briefing to the UN Security Council, Nickolay Mladenov […]